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Antiquarian and Topographical Cabinet, containing a series of elegant views of the most intersting objects of curiosity in Great Britain, Vol. I

Written, drawn and engraved by James Storer
(British, Cambridge 1771–1853 Islington, London)

Engraver: Engraved and drawn by John Greig (British, active 1803–53)
Artist: After George Arnald (British, Berkshire 1763–1841)
Artist: After Henry Moore (British, Derby 1776–1848)
Artist: After Wilson Lowry (British, Whitehaven, Cumbria 1762–1824 London)
Artist: After H. Neill (British, active early 19th century)
Artist: After Samuel Prout (British, Plymouth 1783–1852 London)
Artist: After Samuel Noble (British, 1779–1853)
Artist: After Edward Dayes (British, London 1763–1804 London)
Artist: After John Mayle Whichelo (British, 1784–1865 London)
Artist: After S. Moore (British, early 19th century)
Artist: Possibly after Richard Bankes Harraden (British, 1778–1862 Cambridge)
Artist: Possibly after George Sidney Shepherd (British, London 1784–1862 London)
Engraver: John Roffe (British, 1769–1850)
Engraver: George Noble (British, active ca. 1786–1817)
Engraver: W. & G. Cooke (British, active early 19th century)
Engraver: William Angus (British, 1752–1821)
Engraver: William Bernard Cooke (British, 1778–1855 Camberwell, London)
Engraver: Possibly engraved by Joseph Clarendon Smith (British, 1778–1810)
Publisher: Wm. Clarke (London)
Publisher: J. Carpenter (London)
Publisher: H. D. Symonds (London)
Printer: Coe (London)
Date: 1807
Medium: Engraving
Dimensions: Overall: 8 9/16 x 5 5/16 x 13/16 in. (21.8 x 13.5 x 2 cm)
Classification: Books
Credit Line: Bequest of Helen W.D. Mileham, 1955
Accession Number: 55.578.3(1)

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